This fantastic lake lot listing just closed. Represented the sellers on this 3.72-acre lot with trailer on Nancy Lake. Nancy Lake, 772 acres and 39′ deep, offers great fishing and boating. Located in Minong, Wisconsin.
Thinking of buying or selling real estate in NW Wisconsin? Call Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin, 218-590-6634. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s been a long, cold winter, and spring is finally here. But never mind the weather; this winter our local lake home and cabin market never did freeze up the way it sometimes can. In fact, it’s been a long, hot winter.
During the past couple months, I’ve sold nearly my entire inventory of lake homes and cabins. I need more quality listings now.
If you or anyone you know might be interesting in selling this year, please give me a call. Meanwhile, to learn more about what’s been selling, check out the gallery below.
I’m lucky to work with such wonderful buyers. Doug and Pam just closed on their Trego Lake cabin. They are eagerly anticipating the fishing, boating, and other area recreation when Spring finally arrives.
Thinking of buying or selling in the Trego or Spooner area? Call Jean Hedren, Your Edina Realty NW Wisconsin Realtor, 218-590-6634.
This New York Times article grabbed by attention this morning, This Real Estate Columnist is Also a Geographer. Author Julie Lasky thinks up a number, like $250,000 or $600,000, and looks at what sort of home a buyer can get for that price in various cities across the country. She has examined homes in cities like San Diego, Philadelphia, and Cedar Rapids, IA.
Of course, this is all about urban real estate. What can a buyer expect to pay for a home in San Diego or Philadelphia or Cedar Rapids? Obviously geography can make a huge economic difference in housing affordability.
The same economic geography applies to rural areas and resort areas of the country. What does $250,000 or $600,000 buy in the predominantly second home market of NW Wisconsin lakes country?
This charming rural 3 bedroom home on 10 acres sold for $230,000